New Iron Man 2 Behind The Scenes Video

Published 6 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:28 am,

iron man 2 New Iron Man 2 Behind The Scenes Video

The folks over at Geek Tyrant dug up a wonderful seven minute behind-the-scenes look at Iron Man 2. The video, which comes from the French movie channel Canal Plus includes enough behind-the-scenes tidbits to calm even the most rabid of Iron Man fans (for 7 minutes, at least).

Now, I know you’re thinking that because this video is from France that it’ll be in another language and you’ll just have to watch it and pretend to understand what they’re saying. No need to worry as the language in this video and how I like my salads have a lot in common: Not very much French.

Inside you’ll not only see interviews with director Jon Favreau and Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., but you’ll also get a little tour of Tony Stark’s updated workshop and take a glimpse of the filming of several scenes – including being able to see an awesome green screen rig they have set up at the racetrack.

So what are you doing still reading? You should have skipped down below already and started watching the video. (I just don’t know about you guys with all this reading. Pshh Reading is so 90′s. Much like the Urkel Dance.)

I don’t know about you, but this film keeps looking better and better. Tony Stark has his own particle accelerator! (and I thought the only way to get one of those was to become a Ghostbuster. Remember: It’s not a toy)

I would have had this video posted earlier, but I kept watching it over and over. (and I had do the Urkel Dance)

Thoughts? Concerns? Baguettes? They’re all welcome.

Iron Man 2 hits theaters May 7, 2010.

Source: Canal Plus [via: Geek Tyrant]

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  1. IM2 looking good! Don’t want to see too much though.

  2. Particle Accelerator? What for? Hmmm Hmmmm

  3. I thought X-men2 was a success because it balanced the fantastic with the realistic. I can only hope that Iron Man continues with this ideology… and all signs are pointing that way.

    To continue my analysis… X-men1 was slightly awkward in trying to find that balance, and X-men3 just forgot to have any realism in it at all(even though it was such a great social question about what you would give up to fit in… it really was sad they couldn’t do more with that).

  4. I just got to thinking about the whole Tony Stark showing up at the end of the Incredible Hulk movie. Tony Stark walks up to General Ross and says THEY are putting a team together, but in the leaked trailer of Iron Man 2, Nick Fury is chasing Tony around trying to talk him into joining the Avengers. I think the Hulk movie is going to be after the whole IM2 and Thor movie, and then right before The Avenger movie if put down on a Time Line.

  5. I think the reason for the problems with X-Men (mainly in X3) are similiar to those that have plagued other Hero films like the 80s Bathmans parts 2 -4 and that is character excess; something that John Faverau was smart enough to not fall into with Iron Man. As for whether the use of 2 villins in IM2 will fall to this same problem, we will have to wait and see. i have faith in Faverau and trust his judgement.